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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 September 1921

PQOK OOdjfTg APVOCUim BTPKOBON BAY. W1R, SEPTEMBER 23, 1921, ▼MkiiaWygj: mrnkw ff-gscs I JW W 8Y !fOTS8^UONCEENING PEOPLE Ydfc KNOW t f *1III I H t W H M i W I H t t H f t 1II 1 m i HI 11 HH H H Prank Moeller mqdei'' a huslnesp i.trlp to Milwaukee thi^week. ’ *.-.■ A girl baby arrived a^the home of Mr. and Airs. Frank ,Ives on Friday Of last week.' *'•• \"''■ v ^ 'y - ' •,/ ■ , Lester Loitl went to Kewaunee on e h e i s to1 public school. M onday w here he is to teach in the. M iss Priscilla- M arschim d left M on­ day for M ilw aukee to resum e h e r po­ sition as bookkeeper. ‘ ' '4 . 'ft H ow ard P a rran d left--,'Friday for Iow a City, Iow a, to com plete his course in d entistry. . ’ ' ' ? ■',’ A llan H elm ich left during th e past w eek for B ethlehem , P a., to resum e h is studies at' th e College. Mrs. ‘Bawdisli and Mrs. Dodge of O ttaw a, 111., are th e guests of Mr. and M rs. G. H. B enton a t Idlew ild. .. • , ' R. H . M ann, of R acipe cam e 'u p for the co...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 September 1921

E ig h t DOOB OOCHrir ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIB,V SEPTEM BER 23, 1921 'E i S i i S i i i l S T ^ e r a n of Civil W ar : . Still H ale and H earty TAKES MINNESOTA : bride MnpleiVoocl D epot A gent... Marries . Daughter of Mayor of H allock, 'v . ’’ M innesota' ■ GEORGE D. SHAW, Springfield, Mass. . ( “ To say th a t I feel twenty-five y e a rs younger, twenty-five years W ealthier and twenty-five years strong­ e r express w hat T anlac has done for sue h o tte r th an any o th e r w ay I can p u t It,\" said George D. Shaw, vet­ e ra n of th e Civil W ar, w ho now lives a t 321 W alnut street, Springfield, ' M ass. r v■ **I am now seventyreight years old a n d I don’t hesitate to say r*have nev er know n a medicine), to equal T anlae. F o r fifteen years I whs sub­ je c t to attacks of indigestion th a t ■were so bad a t tim es X w ould have to la y up for a w eek o r two. F o r a long tim e I lived on crackers and m ilk alo n e as nothing else agreed w ith me. “ W hen I ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 September 1921

b a y , w ia ^ Se p t e m b e r 23. -, IOfflcIal Publication] ■ . . REPORT OP THE CONDITION ^P THE '• BANK OF STURGEON BAY ■s*. located a t Sturgeon Bay, State o f W isconsin, a t th e close o f business on th e ^6th d ay o f September, 1921 pursuant to call b y : the Commissioner o f Banking f , R E S O 0 R C E S . r Mayor Boler On License Question Loans and discounts, including .rediscounts^ L ess ’rediscounts 1 'Overdrafts U nited States securities owned J. Stock in Federal Rcsorvo Bank- Other stocks and securities\" .. Other bonds ___ _______________ B anking houses /F urniture and. fixtures .: Other real estate owned- D ue from approved ‘reserve banks- D ue from F ederal R eserve bank— D ue from other banks— __ :____: Cash item s — ___ L _ ____ Cash pn hand E xchanges, for clearing house and checks on other banks in same place- _________ . • ' ___________________ i ■ ■ ' Bankers acceptances _______._________ ■■■■'. ■ ■ ■■ • -.fl,4G0,349J9 ' - 16,928.00 $...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 September 1921

- Pajre Ten door a p v p o a tb v g a ^ G f e o y - Baileys Harbor Capt. Aipeers and fam ily motored to Sturgeon Bay, Friday. Cedric Mann made a- business trip to Sturgeon Bay Tuesday. : Win. Muclcian made a business trip to the county seat Tuesday. • Frank Moeller of Sturgeon Bay transacted business here Friday, t Mrs. Grant Minor of Sturgeon Bay called on old friends here Monday. . ' Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson of Sister Bay were among our callers Friday. Dr. H. F. Eames of Egg Harbor made a professional trip here Mon­ day. .’ v v Miss Dorothy Reynolds of Chicago is the guest of Mrs. Harry Blake- Held. • V '■ Mrs. Jas. Gillespie went to Stur­ geon Bay Tuesday* to receive medi­ cal aid. • ’’ .’ Messrs. Martin, Dewey and Wm. Hiclcey transacted business at the county seat Friday, v W elter Amusement Co. w ill have ■anptiier m ovie show at Schram’s hall Sunday evening. A large delegation of opr towns­ people'took in the Flora DeVoss shows at Sturgeon Bay last week. , Mrs. Chris...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 September 1921

VOLUME S is t o r ic a l Rooms - MADISON WIS NUMBER 28 XAH G E S T OIXtCDliATIOIT MS K O B T B E A 8 T E B H W I S C p S tlR STURGEON BAY. W1S., FRIDA V, SEPTEMBER 30, 1921. . T H E A D V O C A T E B R IN G S IT S A D V E R T IS E R S GOOD R E S D U B HENRY COCHEMS BURIED AT BOYHOOD HOME FRIENDS AND BUSINESS AS­ SOCIATES FROM OUTSIDE FAY MARKED RESPECT TO MAN WHO HAD REACHED FAR IN THE BUSINESS AND POLITICAL WORLD AND IN BIS FRIENDSHIPS — TRIB­ UTES ARE MOST WONDER­ FUL— DIED AT SAUDA, COLO., FOLLOWING- OPER­ ATION FOR CANCER. Attorney Henry Cochems, Stur­ geon Bay’s most prominent son, laid to rest at his boyhood home Wednesday, was given the most wonderful tribute it falls to few men to earn and deserve. ' Business associates from Buff­ alo, N. Y., came in a special car seventy or, more of Milwaukee’s most prominent business men and members of the bar association, all his warm and personal friends, came in special coaches funeral oration—a eulogy—by - Justice Christian Doerf...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 September 1921

BMgtTwo Of course DOOR COUNT! ADVOCATE^ STCBOBON BAY. WHU SEPTEMBER 30,1021 the reason wHymillions of men like Lucky Strike — because it’s toasted which seals in the real Burley, taste » y w Mi|r ' ' Tblsis&e Stove Polish Should IT’Staken different from \" others because more car is in the making ^ and the materials used ate 0 higher grade. BlackSilk Stove Polish Makes a brilliant, silky polish that does cot mb off or dust off, and tho shlnelasts four times as Ions as ordinary stove polish. Used on sample Btoves and sold by hardware and grocery dealers. All we psk is a trial. Use it on your cook stove* your parlor stovo or your gas range. If yon don’t find it tho best stovo polish yon cvr need, yoor dealer is aathorized to refund yx Boney. Insist on Black Silk Stove Polish* ^ AladeJn liquid or paste-ono Quality. ■ . Black Sillc Stove Polish Works i Sterling, QlinoU I VB3 & orbr 'A Shi^in Every Drop • Sawyer the Sawyer Opera House Next Sunday n Ai O Night UCl. L The Great ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 September 1921

^ ' \"v- •‘v*: r. ' ' \\ / i , ‘ ■' - , / ± DOOB COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT, WISL, SEPTEMBER80,1921 ?«*» M w e Do you know what constitutes a strong constitution f T o have sound, healthy nerves, completely under control, digestive organs that are capable of absorbing a hearty meal, means you have a strong constitution 1 Your general attitude is one of optimism and energy. - B ut 'an irritable disposition, frequent attacks of indigestion, and a languid depression, indicate your system is not in correct working order. , Probably you are not eating the proper food. Probably the nutritious elements are not being supplied to your system in the proper way. G rape-N uts is the wholesome, delicious cereal that promotes normal digestion, absorption and elinfc nation, w hereby nourishment is accomplished with­ out auto-intoxication. A m ixture of energy-giving wheat and m alted barley comprise the chief elements of Grape-Nuts. A dish at breakfast or lunch is an excellent, wholesome ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 September 1921

-m Door County Advocate 'WHWr^rG wWMwW llH W w w H w w a i s s ^ i s a r Subscription Price,:. $2,00 per Tew G EN U IN E well a the m w « U m m DURHAM tobacco makes 50 flood cigarettes for 10c ~~ We want you to have the fcseiwet paper tor •’BULL.” • S e now you can receive with each package a book of 24 leaves of K U A ” the veiy finest cigarette paper In the-werld. T o n i g h t - T o m o r r o w A l r i g h t NR Tablets stop sick hesitachea. reliovo bilious -attacks, -tone ana regulate tho eliminative'.ergans, mako. you feel fine. “ Batter Than Pills Par Liver- Ills ” Dntftttl ■ O i H . nODlTB DRUQ STORM In New York City alone from kid­ ney-trouble last year.-* Dotv’t-allow yoiirsielf to become a victim by negleeting.pains andachesrvtarrard against this trouble by staking GOLD MEDAL :/ / \" ■ V i STURGEON BAY,4 W l$.,' SM-'XiaMBER 5 0 ,1 0 2 1 ta- otferiitaUNM dwutlf tkt illu ess sboalAbs (lita Foreicn Actvartisiaa Reprcuctatira THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION STURGEON BAY.'W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 September 1921

POOR OOUJtflx ADVOCATE, axOBCMOT BAT, WBL, SEPTEMBER 80,1021 P iet Bfnf , Grandma Nuzum, widow of the dean of Wisconsin Methodist ministers, the late George W. Nuzum, celebrated her -ninetieth—anniversary. S h e is now blind and lives v rith her daughter at Baraboo. For the first time in history the jury commissioners of Rock county have placed the names of women on the jury list for the October term of court. Twenty-five names have been listed, including some of th e , most prominent women in Janesville and the county. All have indicated a will- ' ingness to serve. Mayor Fred Baxter, Superior, has met refusals in his efforts to buy hard coal from the mines or eastern opera­ tors. The mayor contemplated pur­ chase of a cargo of coal to sell at low prices in Superior, under provi­ sions of the marketing law passed by the last legislature. He said be still has hopes of getting the coal. The Peshtigo Pulp and P aper, com­ pany is suing D. R. Mead, a former superintendent of the com...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 September 1921

Pftgo 81* DOOR COUNT! ADVOCATE), BTUBGEON BAY^TOfii, 8EPTEMBER 36 l0 3 i LOCALS Moravian Ladies Aid—-The Mora­ vian Ladies Aid will entertained in the cjiurch parlors next Wednes­ day afternoon. Duck Shoot— Geo. Voeks adver­ tises a duck and goose shoot to take place a t his place in Valmy on Sun­ day, Oat. 2. A dance is advertised for th e evening. • Fined F or Speeding—Joseph Jir- tle paid $28.95 in JusticeJMeverden’s court first of the week for speeding on a motorcycle. .This was the se­ cond offense for Jirtle. Broke His Leg—Clyde Strok was victim of foot ball practice last F ri­ day, breaking his right leg in two places. The accident occurred while the high school team was practicing, Mr. Stroh being a member of the eleven. Good Shows— Manager W elter has booked some very good shows for this week and th is Friday night Max Sennett’s “Down on The Farm ” ap- pears Sunday Win. S. H art in ‘The Toll Gate” and Tuesday and Wed­ nesday ‘Doug. Fairbanks in \"The Mark of Zoro” Al...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 September 1921

DOOB O O V im ADVOCATE, BTIJBOBOS BAY, WML, 8EPTB3UBEB SO, 1921 w m m m m * w w w u h i m m i m !i? ER^O N AL MEN,T|I 0N 1Marine MEOT87 NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU SNOW News Mrs. Walter Oertling spent Sun­ day at Manitowoc with her husband. Mrs. C. B. Hart is visiting with friends in Green Bay during the pre­ sent week. A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lonzo, N. Cedar Btreet, last Friday morning. . Anton Poulos was here from Ply­ mouth, Wis., the fore part of this week on business. Friends of Mrs. Olof Nelson cel­ ebrated her 25th birthday anniver­ sary Thursday of last week. Ed Acker, representative for the Prudential Insurance Co. transacted businss in Oshkoshyesterday. Charles Pischa, who had been in Milwaukee the past few months, re­ turned home Saturday of last wek. Mrs. F. C. Reynolds left Monday for Hampton, Minn., to visit her daughter, Mrs. Ben -Jelinek, and family. ' Frank LaMere went to Green Bay Monday and drove home in a new Dodge car for the LaMere (Motor Sale...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 September 1921

Vacation Days Are Gone b y JENS JENSEN Landscape A rchitect, R avinia, 111. Vacation days are gone, never to return but one may, live in the memories of lovely days now past. For those of us that do live In a contintlous movie of sight-seeing, there is time for reflection, a chance of living things over, as it were. It is in this way that we really learn the value of Life — learn to knoiw things, to know them as we ought to know them intimately and thoroly. ' As I look back to those: unforget­ t a b l e vacation days spent in a ro­ mantic landscape where youth. And ancient history v i e with each other for full expression, I wonder with Borne apprehension how much of this will be left for coming generations. I should feel sad, indeed, if all this beauty was not for us.to enjoy. It is an un-Christian spirit that does not let others share in one’s fuller en­ joyment of Life — too often practic- ed, however, in our blind devotion to money and ellusive riches. The cliffs and remainin...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 September 1921

b o o b o o c rrrr advocate, stijbchbon ba t, m tk , Se pt e m b e r 30,1021 Page B1m * X X X X X X X X X X X X XX ,* * * • * « X X X X X X X X X X X X M K X X X X X ttX X X X K X-X-X K K XM H i Anderson Style Shop “The New Things First” Just received* a large assortment of Winter be sold at 5 come in plush, a great many with fur collars f and at this price they will not last long. Beautiful New Autumn Dresses in a variety of the seasons new styles, grouped at One low price for Friday and Saturday at cloth and Auction Sale Farm Machinery, Household Goods, Stock and Other Personal Property • On the Farm of Peter Defere, 1 i miles j from Egg Harbor road, town of Jacksbnport 5, at 10 A. M. f P TERMS MADE KNOWN AT TIME OF SALE LUNCH AND REFRESHMENTS SERVED H. A. Wagener, Auct. Aug. Simpson, Clerk 1 Washington Island L. P- Ottoson has been quite sick but is now better. ^The farmers have been busy filling, their silos the past week. ■ The Anderson Bros, have finished threshing for the ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 30 September 1921

Page Ten POOR OOPMmg ADVOCATE, 8T0RGB0N BAT, Wt9., ‘ SEPTEMBER 80, i0ai ATTORNEY HENRY COCHEMS BURIED AT BOYHOOD HOME XGontinUed from Pago H ' J yer, but lie Wasa deep student of po­ litical and economic affairs.. His vision'at all times was marvelous. I can recall that oftentimes at social and public gatherings he foresaw com­ ing events in European and American , politics. In the early part of this century he prophesied the downfall of the Russian autocracy. During the early stages of the European war , I'have oftentimes heard him say that Germany was Teady and ripe for a democracy, and that even without the great war, a revolution in the latter country, which was gradually taking place and undermining the autocracy of that country, would result in the establishment of a democratic form of government. No real, great peo­ ple, with their untiring industry, their ’ ability and their honesty, could long exist under autocracy. And while he was bitterly opposed to autocracy in gover...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 October 1921

s i X X - i S X ' ^ , - ^ -■*' VOLUME 60 h istorical Booms MADISON WIB LARGEST CIRCULATION US NORTHEASTERN WISCONSIN STURGEON BAY W 18., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7* 1921. T H E A D V O C A T E B R IN G S IT S A D V E R T IS E R S GOOD R E S U M B END COMES VERY UNEXPECTEDLY WOMAN’S CLUBCON- VENTION The Port of mussing Men W omanVClub Arranges Fine FOUR NUMBERSFOR 1921-22 Carl Ackeley, Hunter and Sculp­ tor, and Ruth Owen, Daughter of W. J, Bryan, Are the Fea- tures—Other Numbers Are Algo Very Good Lyceum course for the winter of 1921-22 under the auspices of the Woman's Club will undoubtedly be the best that has been arranged for Sturgeon Bay for a number of years. The entire'course will cast $1,000 and in order to be assured of that amount the-Woman's Club is making a cam- paighx-with th e : assistance of the Chamber of Commerce, to sell 400 season tickets for adults at $2 each and 100 children’s tickets at $1 each. ..The balance is expected to' be made up in the general admissions. ' An...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 October 1921

ll :'-r- '\" - . ■ ■■■■: ■ ■ ■■ 1 - , J y - ~ V Page i Two 'DOOR COUNT*: ADVOCATE* STURGEON BAY, WIB., OCTOBER 7, 1921 ' ' ' It's Tin O seal the delicious Burley flavor Once you’ve . enjoyed the toastedflavor ’you will al* ways want it Andrew Sloan E M B A L M E R AND f u n e r a l D I R E C T O R U D X iB S U n U I Phono 18S-II—1B&-W. Sawyer, Win. FREE! FOR RIGHT PRICES AND GOOD WORK, SEE M. J. Pivonka Phone 176-W Sturgeon Bay, Wis. ONE GOLD FISH ONE GLOBE w i t h 30 Cent Talcum. Woerfel’s Drug Store 5 \\ Sawyer, Wis. Sawyer ture show and the boys, young and old, are looking forward to : some fine sport during the winter months. The roof on the new school house Married At Pelican Lake has all been completed and glass has A very pretty event took place at been placed in the windows so there the homo of O. R. Guth at Pelican wjjj jje d0iayS jn construction from Lake, when their daughter was unit­ ed in marriage to Edward Zander, Rev. Heidel from Crandon tying t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 October 1921

DOOB COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. WI8., OCTOBER 1021 Pago Ttoee Whose fault is it whenyour husband is cross at Jnreakfast? . If you hit your thumb w ith a ham m er you w ouldn't blam e your thumb for hurting. Then why blame your • husband whose nerves may have been pounded by coffee, and whose rest probably has been broken by the irritation of the caffeine it(Contains? . If you stayawakehalf the night you don’t feel any too cheerful. The caffeine of coffee and the thein of tea are known drugs. If their use is persisted in, sooner or later the nervous system may give way. Then you may have insomnia, or disturbed sleep. Your nerves and tissues will be robbed of that stability essential for normal and happy living. You can avoid this possibility if pouTl step, drinking tea and coffee and drink instead, rich, pleas­ ing Postum. , ' Postum is tjie deli­ rious cereal beverage with a coffee-like flavor. It affords the advantages of a hot drink, without the' ill effects of tea or coffee...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 October 1921

FifBf'ottr pooBQOuinnr iPTooaam, gTrBcnaow bay, n a u ocroiiBRT.iaai Relief obtained In­ stantly by taking GflRREN’S TONIC - F op sale in Sturgeon Bay by GUudc : P. Bassett, in Sawyer by Woerfal’s Drug'.Store, and in Detroit Harbor by Geo. O. Mann. Your Gives a brilliant glossy shine that does not rub off or dust off—that anneals to the Iron—that lasts four times as long as any other. Black Silk Stove Polish Is In a class by Itself. It's tnora c a re fu lly made aod made from te lle r m a te ria ls, T iy f t on your parlor stove, yourcook s tovo o r your eras ranae. I f yoa d o n 't find it thebcst polish you ever n e e d , yoar h a r d w a r e o r grocery dealer is authorued to ro* f s o d y o u r moneys { Thara'm \"A f Unmln fvwarOrotr’ VICTIMS RESCUED -Kidney, liver, bladder and uric add troubles are most dangerous be­ cause of their insidious attacks. Heed the first warning they give that they need attention by taking GOLD.MEDAL The world’s standard remedy for theH disorders, ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 October 1921

p o o r c o u n t y a d v o c a t e , st u r o k o n b a t . w is - Oc t o b e r 7, 1921 Miss. E bba A nderson left for S tu r­ geon B ay S unday evening*. ' ■ . .P ran k K nuth w as a caller here on Thursday. ' ’■ • ,J. C. D ana of Sturgeon Bay tran s- iacted business hero F riday. 7 \"’ E a rl L a P lan t and Jo h n W alker . w ere S ister Bay callers Saturday. ^/-genuine hobo of th e A frican species paid this tow n a visit this w eek. • ’ Isaac H anson ,was th e first m an to b rin g a load of potatoes* to tow n th is fall, ' ' : R ay SiiSnstrum, J . Aznoe and Geo. L arson w ere a t B aileys H arb o r on a trip th is week. M r. and M rs. F ra n k S eaq u ist.an d son A rchie . spent S unday a t th e hom e of. D an H edeen. . C harles B rooa iro m E phraim visit­ ed a t the hom e of Chas. B exstrum on S aturday. - Miss H azel S unstrum le ft '•* fo r W ashington Island la st w eek T hurs­ day. to spend a w eek v isitin g friends. H azel Sunstrum , who form erly liVaij on t...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 7 October 1921

PlsgeBtx POOB OOtnVTO ApyOOATE. g ’TTOGKON BAY, W18„ OCTOBER 7 , 1R21 LOCALS hlonary entertainment will be given by the Junior C. E, at the Moravian church parlors tonight, Friday, be­ ginning at 7:30. October 14th the* Date—The Par- ent-Teacliers Association meeting ■called for this Friday evening has been postponed again, the date set be­ ing Friday, October 14th. ' W.C.T.U.—The W.C.T.U. will meet ■with Mrs. A. C. Greaves next Tucs- tlity afternoon. Those desiring trans­ portation and those having autos for -.transportation will please notify Mrs. Greaves. Broke His W rist— While cranking h is Ford truck Friday m orning'Frank Cheeseman had the bone in his right ■wrist broken, the engine back-firing. The accident will lay him up for sev­ eral weeks. Tonnage Report— Dr. T. A. Egan, customs officer, reports 192 arrivals 'with 143679 tonnage and 189 clear­ ances, 143,311 tonnage, a t this port during the month of September, a alight decrease from July. The re­ port Include...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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